Add a nostalgic nod to any room with Bokk: a contemporary stool inspired by classic school gym equipment. Designed to be tough on the outside and soft on the inside, the steel frame forms an interesting geometric play of lines, whilst showing off the comfy cushion it contains. Bokk is available in felt or leather finishes, and a variety of colour combinations.
|MATERIALS||Metal, foam, fabric, leather|
|STANDARD UPHOLSTERY||Cow leather|
|60% wool – 40% polyester|
|Made in EU|
|Customer’s own material possible|
|LEGS||Powder coated steel|
|TECHNICAL DETAILS||S-H 46 cm|
|Weight 6 kg|
PUIK COLOUR SELECTION
The design style of Ka-Lai Chan can be described as minimal, less is more, narrative yet functional. She wants to bring people closer to the products by telling a story, using particular materials, craft or experience. The design style of Ka-Lai is reflected in the way Bokk is designed: the use of minimal lines, materials, and an aesthetic yet functional design.
Ka-Lai was inspired by the traditional buck: Bokk is a reinvention of this old-fashioned gymnastic equipment. What makes this design special are the clear, geometric lines that support and embrace the cushion. Ka-Lai decided to use steel legs and a cushion of felt because of the intriguing contrast.
“Through my creations I want to reveal the hidden values of everyday life, that invites people to develop a more appreciative perspective on the environment.”